Are you ready to head to Paradise for a wonderful summer of camp? While it may not be exactly the same as camp in the past, ESP is working diligently to create a safe and fun summer for your camper. Below, begin to learn about camp this summer. We'll continue to keep you updated as plans are made.
Registration opens March 2nd.
You are requesting weeks, not registering for them. While everyone is guaranteed at least one week of camp, we will let you know which weeks you are officially registered for by May.
This year, we're offering Day Camp, Adventure Camp, and Overnight Camp!
Registering for a week of camp in CampBrain does not guarantee that your camper will be allocated for those weeks. Sign up for as many weeks as you think your camper would like to come and our Programs team will allocate weeks so that each camper gets as much camp as possible.
For information about our support offerings including transportation and financial aid options, visit our Support Page.
At camp, participants are separated into different groups based on age, called units. Each unit has a different theme and will spend the week of camp together doing activities.
This summer, we'll have an alternative drop-off for safety. Campers will be separated into Units of age groups and spread out on ESP's Property. Two Units will be at Bowling/Pool in the morning and the units will swap in the middle of the day. This means that there will be a maximum of two Units at the building during program time.
Adventure Camp - Camp Hooray in Jefferson, GA from 9AM -3PM*
*Adventure Camp includes the option to stay overnight on Thursday.
Overnight Camp - Camp Twin Lakes in Winder, GA
At CTL, campers will be placed in age- and gender-appropriate cabins. All meals will be provided for and there are several registered nurses on camp property at all times. CTL has their own safety rules for Covid-19 - details to follow! Camp Twin Lakes features 100% Accessible Programming such as Boating, Zip-Lines, Rock Wall Climbing, Horse riding, Archery, and more!
New CTL Rule: Campers must show proof of up-to-date standard vaccinations (not including Covid-19 vaccination) to attend camp.